Moyes Academic Support and Technology Endowment Committee (ASTEC)

The Moyes Academic Support and Technology Endowment is to support the following funding needs:
• Technology for pedagogy/teaching 
• Research
• Professional Growth & Support for Faculty and Staff
• Student Support 
• Program Development
• Special Programs Support

The following funding needs are NOT supported by the ASTEC:
• Regular faculty or classroom technology needs/upgrades (faculty interested in pursuing such upgrades should work through their department chair and the College funding sources)
• Funding for additional degrees and/or credentials (e.g., Registered Dietician)
• Undergraduate or graduate student projects

ASTEC Members 

CHF
Pam Payne - Co-Chair
Jared Lisonbee

HPHP
Chad Smith
Jenn Ostrowski-- Co-Chair

TED
Melina Alexander
Patrick Leytham

Consultation
Paul Dykman

The ASTEC meets each month during the week proceeding Leadership Council. Applications must be signed by applicant's department chair and submitted at least ONE WEEK before the ASTEC meets. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their proposal for review to their department committee representative for feedback prior to formal submission. Leadership Council meeting dates are as follows:

2013-2014 Leadership Council
Meetings begin at 2:00 p.m. in room 238 on the following dates:

2013
Sept 11th
Oct 9th
Nov 13th
Dec 11th

2014
Jan 8th
Feb 12th
Mar 12th (spring break)
Apr 9th
May 14th

The following proposals were funded by the ASTEC in 2012-2013:
• Purchase of 8 SWIVL technology units and 5 iPod touches to use in EDUC 4581: Pre-Student Teaching in Special Education
• Purchase of Kettlebell Equipment to facilitate the development of a new physical education activity course
• Purchase of Endnote Software license for faculty research
• Purchase of a ReBound shortwave diathermy system (deep-heating modality) for classroom instruction and faculty research
• Purchase of anatomic measurement technology for classroom instruction and faculty research Purchase of iPads, iPad cart, and Doceri licenses for students completing a course project in teacher education
• Purchase of Qualtrics Research Suite license for faculty research
• Purchase of a Class IV Therapeutic Laser (modality) for classroom instruction and faculty research
 

 

 

 


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